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ND Stevenson
Noelle Stevenson by Gage Skidmore.jpg
ND Stevenson in 2019
Born (1991-12-31) December 31, 1991 (age 30)
Alma materMaryland Institute College of Art
OccupationCartoonist
Known for
Spouse(s)
(m. 2019)

Nate Diana Stevenson[1] or simply ND Stevenson[2] (formerly Noelle Stevenson; born December 31, 1991) is an American cartoonist and animation producer. He is the creator, showrunner, and executive producer of the animated television series She-Ra and the Princesses of Power which ran from 2018 to 2020. He is also known for the fantasy webcomic Nimona and his work on the comics series Lumberjanes.

Stevenson's work has won multiple Eisner Awards as well as a Daytime Emmy Award and a GLAAD Media Award. Stevenson is non-binary and has written about being transgender in works such as The Fire Never Goes Out.

Early life

ND Stevenson was born on December 31, 1991, in Columbia, South Carolina, to Diana and Hal Stevenson.[3][4][5] He is the third of five siblings.[6]

Stevenson was homeschooled before attending A.C. Flora High School. During his senior year, he created picture books and won a local award in the Visual Literacy Book Production category.[6][7]

Career

Education and Nimona

Stevenson attended the Maryland Institute College of Art, graduating in 2013.[8][7] While there, Stevenson gained fame as a fan artist under the name "gingerhaze" for his "hipster Lord of the Rings" characters.[9] He also created cover art for Rainbow Rowell's novel Fangirl, which was published in 2013.

During his junior year, he created his soon-to-be popular character Nimona as part of an assignment in one of his classes.[10] In mid-2012, Stevenson began creating a webcomic around the character, also called Nimona, and soon signed with a literary agent who found the webcomic online. The agent helped him sign with HarperCollins to publish Nimona as a graphic novel.[10] Nimona would double as Stevenson's senior thesis in 2012.[8] For his work on Nimona, Stevenson won Slate Magazine's 2012 Cartoonist Studio Prize for Best Web Comic of the Year[11] and the 2016 Eisner Award for Best Graphic Album: Reprint.[10] Stevenson was also named a 2015 National Book Award Finalist for the graphic novel version of Nimona.[10] Stevenson said that the ability to create comics on his own and create Nimona was what got him a "writing job in animation," bringing him into the animation world.[12]

In the summer of 2012, Stevenson interned at BOOM! Studios, a comic publishing house in Los Angeles.[13]

Lumberjanes and Marvel Comics

After his graduation in 2013, Stevenson returned to BOOM! Studios to help develop, and eventually write, Lumberjanes.[13] Lumberjanes won Eisner Awards for Best New Series and Best Publication for Teens in 2015.[14]

In 2015, Stevenson wrote for Marvel Comics on the comics Thor Annual[15][16] and Runaways.[17][18]

She-Ra and other animation

Stevenson was part of the writing team of Disney's animated TV series Wander Over Yonder, beginning with Season 2 in 2015.[19]

Stevenson was the creator and executive producer of DreamWorks Animation's rebooted She-Ra and the Princesses of Power animated television series on Netflix, which ran for five seasons from 2018 to 2020[20][21] She-Ra received critical acclaim, with particular praise for its diverse cast and the complex relationship between She-Ra and her best friend-turned-archenemy Catra. In 2019, the show was nominated for a GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Kids & Family Programming,[22] as well as a Daytime Emmy Award at the 46th Daytime Emmy Awards. In 2021, the series was tied with First Day when it won the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Kids and Family Programming.[23][24][25][26]

Other work

Stevenson in 2015

Stevenson did freelance illustration for Random House, St. Martin's Press, and Label Magazine. He also worked with Ryan North on his book To Be or Not to Be (2013), a choose-your-own-adventure-book based on Shakespeare's Hamlet.[13]

In 2017, Stevenson appeared in two episodes of Critical Role's first campaign as Tova.[27] He has subsequently appeared in three Critical Role one-shot episodes between 2017 and 2022 as himself, Tova and Peter Pan.[28][29][30] His character Tova will be featured in an upcoming line of Critical Role miniatures by WizKids.[31]

His autobiographical collection of drawings and journals, The Fire Never Goes Out, was published in March 2020. The New Yorker's review described it as "a memoir of sorts ... , a coming-out story, a love story, a tale of disorientingly rapid professional triumph, and a story about mental health and illness, showing the young artist figuring out what [he] must do-first to make art and then to get well."[32]

In October 2021, Stevenson started a Substack titled "I'm Fine I'm Fine Just Understand" which will explore topics such as mental health, gender identity, and more, with premium subscribers given access to comics which "reflect more personal/sensitive topics."[33][34]

On February 4, 2022, Stevenson posted a fan comic of The Book of Boba Fett entitled "This Place Was Home" on Twitter.[35][36]

Personal life

Stevenson married fellow cartoonist Molly Ostertag in September 2019.[37] He began working on She-Ra and the Princesses of Power at the same time he began dating Ostertag,[38] who was influential on the show "from the very beginning",[39] coming up with a major plot twist in the show's final season.[40]

In July 2020, Stevenson announced that he was "nonbinary, or something like it", and uses any personal pronouns.[41][42] In November 2020, Stevenson published a comic[43] about his top surgery.[44] On March 31, 2021, the International Transgender Day of Visibility, Stevenson stated that he is transmasculine and bigender.[45]

On October 11, 2020, National Coming Out Day, Stevenson wrote and illustrated his coming out story for Oprah Magazine. He described his journey to self-acceptance, his "battle against the gender essentialism of [his] Evangelical upbringing", and stated that he had become an atheist by age 23.[46]

In an August 2020 interview, Stevenson stated that he is bipolar.[47] In February 2021, he mentioned having ADHD in an interview and its impact on his work and life during the COVID-19 pandemic.[48]

In August 2021, Stevenson changed his first name to ND, as noted by CBR, Out Magazine, ComicsBeat, Xtra Magazine, and Bleeding Cool.[49][50][51][52][53] In October 2021, Stevenson said that he was "becoming increasingly aware of the practical need for a new, less gendered [name] ... right now I don't really feel like I have one".[54] On June 30, 2022, Stevenson announced he chose the name Nate, which he had been using privately since 2021, while being addressed as "ND Stevenson" professionally, and said his personal pronouns are he/him. He also said that he accepted "Indy" as a nickname.[1][2]

Bibliography

Graphic novels

Graphic non-fiction

  • The Fire Never Goes Out: A Memoir in Pictures (HarperCollins, 2020)

BOOM! Studios

  • "The Sweater Bandit" (in Adventure Time with Fionna & Cake #1, January 2013, collected in Volume 1: Mathemagical Edition, tpb, 160 pages, 2013)
  • "Desert Treasure" ( in Adventure Time 2013 Summer Special, July 2013)
  • Lumberjanes #1–17 (April 2014–August 2015)
    • Volume 1: Beware the Kitten Holy (collects #1–4, writer with Grace Ellis and Brooke Allen, tpb, 128 pages, 2015)
    • Volume 2: Friendship to the Max (collects #5–8, writer with Grace Ellis and Brooke Allen, tpb, 112 pages, 2015)
    • Volume 3: A Terrible Plan (collects #9–12, writer with Shannon Watters and Carolyn Nowak, tpb, 112 pages, 2016)
    • Volume 4: Out of Time (collects #14-17, writer with Shannon Watters and Brooke Allen, tpb, 112 pages, 2016)
    • Volume 5: Band Together (includes #13, writer with Shannon Watters and Brooke Allen, tpb, 116 pages, 2016)
  • Sleepy Hollow 4 #1–4 (4-issue limited series, backup stories, November 2014–January 2015)
    • Sleepy Hollow: Volume 1 (tpb, 112 pages, 2015) collects:
      • "Movie Night" (in #1, 2014)
      • "At the Fair" (in #2, 4, 2014)
      • "Shopping" (in #3, 2015)

Marvel Comics

  • Runaways vol. 4 #1–4 (4-issue limited series, August–November 2015)
    • Battleworld (tpb, 120 pages, 2015) collects:
      • "Doomed Youth" (writer with Sanford Greene, in #1–4, 2015)
  • "Thor" (writer with Marguerite Sauvage, in Thor Annual #1, April 2015, collected in Volume 2: Who Holds the Hammer?, hc, 136 pages, 2015)

DC Comics

  • "Wonder World" (artist with James Tynion IV, in Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #23–24, February 2015, collected in Volume 2, tpb, 144 pages, 2015)

Filmography

Film

Title Year Credited as Role Notes
Writer Executive Producer Animation/Art
department
Ron's Gone Wrong 2021 Yes No No Additional Story Material
with Andy Riley and Kevin Cecil

TV Series

Title Year Credited as Role Notes
Writer Executive Producer Animation/Art
department
Bravest Warriors 2014 Yes No No
Wander Over Yonder 2015–2016 Yes No Yes background painter
Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure 2017 Yes No No
Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures 2017 Yes No No
DuckTales 2017 Yes No No
Critical Role 2017–2022 [a] No No Himself, Tova, Peter Pan web series, 5 episodes
Big Hero 6: The Series 2018 Yes No No
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power 2018–2020 Yes Yes No Spinnerella (voice) developer

Episodic writing credits

Title Season Episode Name Notes
Bravest Warriors 2 9 "The Dimension Garden"
Wander Over Yonder 2
2 a "The Big Day Story only
4 b The Axe" Story only
5 a "The Loose Screw Story only
b The It" Story only
6 a "The Cool Guy Story only
b The Catastrophe"
7 a "The Rager Story only
b The Good Bad Guy" Story only
8 "The Battle Royale" Story only
9 a "The Matchmaker Story only
b The New Toy" Story only
10 a "The Black Cube Story only
b The Eye on the Skullship" Story only
11 a "The Secret Planet
b The Bad Hatter" Story only
12 a "The Hole...Lotta Nuthin' Story only
b The Show Stopper" Story only
13 a "The Cartoon Story only
b The Bot"
14 a "The Family Reunion Story only
b The Rival"
15 "My Fair Hatey" Story only
16 a "The Legend Story only
b The Bad Neighbors" Story only
17 a "The Party Poopers Story only
b The Waste of Time" Story only
18 a "The Hot Shot Story only
b The Night Out"
19 a "The Search for Captain Tim Story only
b The Heebie Jeebies" Story only
20 a "The Sick Day
b The Sky Guy" Story only
21 a "The Robomechabotatron Story only
b The Flower" Story only
22 "The End of the Galaxy" Story only
Shorts 1 "The First Take
2 The Smile"
3 "The Killjoy
4 The Theme Song"
5 "The Bathroom Break
6 The Planetary Conqueror"
Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure 1 2 "Rapunzel's Enemy" Story only
Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures 2 4 "The Embersteel Blade"
DuckTales 1 1 "Woo-oo!" Story only
3 "The Impossible Summit of Mt. Neverrest!" Story only
Big Hero 6: The Series 1 5 "Food Fight"
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power 1 1 "The Sword" (Part 1)
2 "The Sword" (Part 2)
3 "Razz"
11 "Promise"
13 "The Battle of Bright Moon"
3 5 "Remember"
4 9 "Hero"
5 5 "Save the Cat"
13 "Heart" (Part 2)

Awards and nominations

Year Organization Award Category Work Result Ref.
2012 Center for Cartoon Studies / Slate Cartoonist Studio Prize Best Web Comic of the Year Nimona Won [11]
2015 SFWA Nebula Award Andre Norton Award for Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy Nimona Nominated [55]
2015 San Diego Comic-Con Eisner Award Best New Series Lumberjanes Won
(with Shannon Waters, Grace Ellis, and Brooklyn A. Allen)
[56]
2015 San Diego Comic-Con Eisner Award Best Publication for Teens Lumberjanes Won
(with Shannon Waters, Grace Ellis, and Brooklyn A. Allen)
[56]
2015 San Diego Comic-Con Eisner Award Best Digital/Webcomic Nimona Nominated [57]
2015 National Book Foundation National Book Award Young People's Literature Nimona Finalist [58]
2016 Harvey Awards Executive Committee Harvey Award Best Original Graphic Publication for Young Readers Lumberjanes Won
(with Shannon Waters and Grace Ellis)
[59]
2016 GLAAD GLAAD Media Award Outstanding Comic Book Lumberjanes Won
(with Shannon Waters and Kat Leyh)
[60]
2016 San Diego Comic-Con Eisner Award Best Graphic Album: Reprint Nimona Won [56]

Notes

  1. ^ Critical Role has no writers in the traditional sense as it is an actual play web series; it relies on improvisation and collaborative storytelling through Dungeons & Dragons and other role-playing game systems.

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